Steven B. Most
Steven B. Most
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of New South Wales, Australia
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What you see is what you set: sustained inattentional blindness and the capture of awareness.
SB Most, BJ Scholl, ER Clifford, DJ Simons
Psychological review 112 (1), 217, 2005
How not to be seen: The contribution of similarity and selective ignoring to sustained inattentional blindness
SB Most, DJ Simons, BJ Scholl, R Jimenez, E Clifford, CF Chabris
Psychological science 12 (1), 9-17, 2001
Attentional rubbernecking: Cognitive control and personality in emotion-induced blindness
SB Most, MM Chun, DM Widders, DH Zald
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12, 654-661, 2005
The naked truth: Positive, arousing distractors impair rapid target perception
SB Most, SD Smith, AB Cooter, BN Levy, DH Zald
Cognition and emotion 21 (5), 964-981, 2007
An emotion-induced attentional blink elicited by aversively conditioned stimuli.
SD Smith, SB Most, LA Newsome, DH Zald
Emotion 6 (3), 523, 2006
Attentional modulation of the amygdala varies with personality
SB Most, MM Chun, MR Johnson, KA Kiehl
Neuroimage 31 (2), 934-944, 2006
Sustained inattentional blindness
SB Most, DJ Simons, BJ Scholl, CF Chabris
Psyche 6 (14), 2000
Feature-based attentional set as a cause of traffic accidents
SB Most, RS Astur
Visual Cognition 15 (2), 125-132, 2007
Increasing negative emotions by reappraisal enhances subsequent cognitive control: a combined behavioral and electrophysiological study
JS Moser, SB Most, RF Simons
Cognitive, affective, & behavioral neuroscience 10 (2), 195-207, 2010
When emotion blinds: A spatiotemporal competition account of emotion-induced blindness
L Wang, BL Kennedy, SB Most
Frontiers in psychology 3, 438, 2012
Cognitive control and counterproductive oculomotor capture by reward-related stimuli
D Pearson, C Donkin, SC Tran, SB Most, ME Le Pelley
Visual Cognition 23 (1-2), 41-66, 2015
Dissociating spatial attention and awareness in emotion-induced blindness
SB Most, L Wang
Psychological science 22 (3), 300-305, 2011
Attentional capture by emotional stimuli is preserved in patients with amygdala lesions
RM Piech, M McHugo, SD Smith, MS Dukic, J Van Der Meer, ...
Neuropsychologia 49 (12), 3314-3319, 2011
What’s “inattentional” about inattentional blindness?
SB Most
Consciousness and Cognition 19 (4), 1102-1104, 2010
Perceptual, not memorial, disruption underlies emotion-induced blindness.
BL Kennedy, SB Most
Emotion 12 (2), 199, 2012
Auditory Stroop reveals implicit gender associations in adults and children
SB Most, AV Sorber, JG Cunningham
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (2), 287-294, 2007
Don't look back: Retroactive, dynamic costs and benefits of emotional capture
SB Most, JA Jungé
Visual Cognition 16 (2-3), 262-278, 2008
Links between neuroticism, emotional distress, and disengaging attention: Evidence from a single-target RSVP task
K Bredemeier, H Berenbaum, SB Most, DJ Simons
Cognition & emotion 25 (8), 1510-1519, 2011
Emotion-induced blindness reflects competition at early and late processing stages: An ERP study
BL Kennedy, J Rawding, SB Most, JE Hoffman
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14, 1485-1498, 2014
Setting sights higher: Category-level attentional set modulates sustained inattentional blindness
SB Most
Psychological research 77 (2), 139-146, 2013
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